It's a pretty diverse show this week, with music, books, and dance on the agenda. Singer-songwriter Will Dailey is up first, and he tell us all about his Great Melt Down tour, which includes an April 3 performance at Club Passim. Along with that, he talks about how he made music his career, and his advice for aspiring artists. Kerri Gross of the rock band The October Accord calls in to answer our questions about their debut EP, "Cheapshot of the Year," the recording process, and how this amazing five-piece first met. Sharon Rice of the Japan Society of Boston talks about their upcoming Taiko Drum and Dance show at Berklee College of Music. She also explains the society's history, mission, and the folks that have been honored through their John E. Thayer Award, which they are currently taking nominations for. Author Donna Milham rounds out the show with an honest discussion about her faith, which led her to pen her new book, "At His Feet." The books chronicles her journey with the Lord, and we talk about the steps she took in writing it.